1. Understand the pattern of development that would normally be expected for children and young people from birth-19years. 1.1 Explain the sequence and rate of each aspect of development that would normally be expected in children and young people from birth-19 years. 1.2 Analyse the difference between sequence of development and rate of development and why the distinction is important. 1.3 Analyse the reasons why children and young people’s development may not follow the pattern normally expected 2 Understand the factors that impact on children and young people’s development 2.1 Analyse how children and young people’s development is influenced by a range of personal factors 2.2 Analyse how children and young people development is influenced by a range of external factors.
Improve decisions about whether further specialist assessment is required and, if necessary, provide information to contribute to it. Provide better, more evidence base information to targeted and specialist services. The holistic approach adopted by the common assessment focuses on three assessment areas for the safeguarding of the children. • Development of the child or young person How well the child or young person is developing, including their health, emotional and social development, and progress in learning. • Parents and carers How well parents and carers are able to support their child or young person’s development and respond appropriately to their needs.
The environment they are exposed to will help shape the people they will become. Family Dynamics Family dynamics can have a major negative or positive impact on childhood development. Family structure, function, and whether or not children are raised in shared or non-shared environments all effect the way children develop and respond to situations (Berger, 2010). Both functional and dysfunctional families can affect the way children develop. “Families provide material and cognitive resources as well as emotional and social support.
fast mapping) and the learning theories that support the relationships you identify. Q4 There are many risk factors for children prior to birth and during early development through infancy and toddler years. Often, children with many risk factors (such as poverty and poor access to health care) suffer from one or more developmental delays. To prevent these delays, children with many risk factors are placed in early intervention services to help identify and prevent delays. Using the risk factors named in your book (or found in your own research), create a one paragraph scenario that states the age of a child, his or her gender, and some risk factors.
It is required for practitioners to make development comparisons between a child’s actual development stage and expected development rates. * Offer appropriate activities and experiences. This will be informed by observation and assessment of individual children. * Anticipate the next stage of a child’s development. This allows
Child Development Principles and Theories. 1. Why do we study child development? Throughout your career, you will need to update your information of the latest research and trends. By studying child development, you will form a profile of what children can do at various ages.
CORE 3.1 Understand Child and Young Person Development CYP Core 3.1.1 - Understand the expected pattern of development for children and young people from birth - 19 years. 1. Explain the sequence and the rate of each aspect of development from birth to 19 years The sequence of child development means the expected development of a child from birth to 19 years. Child development refers to the biological and psychological and emotional changes that occur within this time. As the individual progresses from dependency to increasing autonomy.
Physiological – development to the body and health i.e. going through puberty – be prepared for the child to want answers to questions, provide comfort and reassurance, collect information to
Depending on the action needed the child might be referred to a speech and language therapist, they will be able understand more of the child’s development stage. If the child is at school then the Senco special educational needs co-ordinator would be well aware of the problems and out interventions into place, with outside agencies will be informed and a ILP individual learning plan will be drawn up which will consist of activities that the child will benefit from with their speech and language. The GP may be involved to understand if the child had seen another agency before the Senco, this is will the Senco a understand of what may have happen before or if the parents were lack of information and never pick up on there child’s speech, or they thought it was at the correct stage of there age. The class teacher will be inform of what the Senco has pick up and will work together to help the child’s speech and language
SCMP 1 – Assessment and Planning with Children and Young People 1.1 Explain the value of a child centred model of assessment and planning A child centred model of assessment will address the needs of the young person, it will ensure a holistic view of the child’s development overall including social, emotional, physical and intellectual development, it will give the child the right to be heard and their opinions to count and to contribute to decisions effecting there daily life, within our setting the basis of this may be found in the care and placement plans, specifically the 5 outcomes section that will address the individual needs of the child, consultations will take place with the child in order for them to be heard and this will be recorded and reported and acted upon. 1.2 Explain how to identify the needs of children and young people Within our setting we may use various methods to identify the needs of the children who are in our care some of these methods may include: * Social services reports * Reviewing previous reports from other service providers to get as much background information as possible. * Through on going LAC reviews. * Analysing reports from educational psychologists. * Analysing reports from an external social psychologists.